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18 | April 12, 2018 | The glencoe anchor school glencoeanchor.com Loyola student named Teen Miss Chicago Submitted by Teen Miss Chicago Sydney Bitar, a sophomore at Loyola Academy, was recently named Teen Miss Chicago 2018. A graduate of Queen of All Saints in Chicago, she is an active volunteer with the Appalachia Service Project, as well as A Just Harvest in Rogers Park. Teen Miss Chicago is a local title of Teen Miss Illinois for Miss Earth United States Organization. As supporting titles of Miss Earth United States, representatives in the Teen division expand the mission of the organization while gaining leadership and modeling opportunities Miss Earth United States delegates are committed to the their communities and aiding environmental efforts. In addition to the community service, Bitar plans to focus her reign on ecotourism through School News Glencoe district 35 Chicago Wolves Game The Glencoe PTO is heading to the Chicago Wolves game on Saturday, April 14, against the Rockford IceHogs, an affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks, at Allstate Arena. After the game, spectators are invited onto the ice for a post-game skate. Note you must bring your own skates to participate. Ticket sales benefit the Glencoe PTO and must be purchased on the PTO website. If they sell 30 tickets or more, everyone will receive a Chicago Wolves hat. 2018-2019 School Bus Registration It is now time to register Loyola Academy sophomore Sydney Bitar is Teen Miss Chicago 2018. Photo submitted her Facebook page. Additionally, she is passionate about the reduction of single use plastic straws and will be organizing screenings of the award-winning documentary, “Straws,” in for 2018-19 Bus Service. Please go to your Family Access account to register and pay. All information is available on the Glencoe School District 35 website, www.glencoeschools. org. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. Contact the District Business Office at (847) 835-7800 with any busing or financial assistance questions. University of Michigan Resident inducted into honor society Sofia Lotsoff, of Glencoe, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Lotsoff was Chicagoland. To request Bitar to attend your event or to request a screening of “Straws,” contact Heidi Bitar at (312) 296-3118 or email email@example.com. initiated at University of Michigan. She is among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction. School News is compiled by Editor Megan Bernard at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sophomores promote hunger relief during day of service SUBMITTED BY NEW TRIER HIGH SCHOOL The New Trier sophomore class packed 3,000 lunches and 3,000 hygiene kits to deliver to shelters during their annual day of service on April 3. About 1,000 students and 50 adults spent the morning at the Winnetka campus working with #HashtagLunchbag, an organization that works to empower and inspire humanity to give and share their efforts through the use of social media. The organization creates and uses bagged lunches, complete with love messages, to promote hunger relief in local communities. The sophomore class received financial donations and supplies through various partnerships and parent volunteers to make the event possible, Sophomore Adviser Chair Ted Koulentes said. Stepan Chemical, a chemical company in Northfield, donated close to $1,000, and a few employees volunteered at the event. Stepan also worked with Clean the World, the world’s largest organization recycling hotel soap, to lower their price on an order of soap and shampoo for the hygiene kits. Expert Hosiery provided a discounted price on 3,000 pairs of socks, while Quest Food Services and their distributor, Gordon Food Services, donated a refrigerated truck and helped order all of the food to pack the lunches. Quest Food Services also allowed the sophomore class to use their facilities during the day. Ebony Washington is During the annual sophomore class day of service on April 3, New Trier sophomores carry bags of packed lunches to a bus that will deliver them to local homeless shelters. Close to 1,000 students and 50 adults participated in the event. PHOTOS SUBMITTED Students prepare lunches in an assembly line at New Trier’s Winnetka campus. the Chicago-area leader of #HashtagLunchbag and worked closely with New Trier in planning the Sophomore Day of Service, along with the sophomore class, their advisers, Sophomore Adviser Chairs Koulentes and Julie Smith, and Adviser Chair Assistant Peggy Ono. In addition, the sophomore New Trier Parents’ Association helped gather parent volunteers to assist with the event. “When you have 1,000 students in the room, they bring a level of energy that is unlike any force you can imagine,” Koulentes said. “I was so in awe of the work they did and saw this as yet another example of young people in our country leading the way to a brighter future.” Jim Reardon, a retired special education teacher at New Trier, works closely with the homeless community on the North Side and helped put New Trier in touch with shelters. He and his wife, Carol Bobrow, who is also a retired New Trier teacher, also attended the event and helped pack kits. #HashtagLunchbag meets every last Saturday of the month to make lunches for Chicago’s homeless community and provide hope in the form of bagged lunches. You can find them on Facebook at facebook.com/hashtaglunchbagchi and Twitter at @HashtagLunchbagChicago.
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